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Symposium 27 August: Mathematics at its frontiers of application

09 August 2013

On the occasion of the retirement of prof.dr. Arthur Veldman there will be a symposium on August 27th on topics related to his academic life. The symposium is the prelude to his farewell lecture entitled "Wiskunde aan de grenzen van het toepassen” (Mathematics at its frontiers of application).


10:30 Welcome coffee

11:00 Ruud Henkes (Shell / TUD): The Role of Physical-Numerical Flow Models in Industrial Applications

11:30 Wybe Rozema (NLR / RUG): Roaar! Large Eddy Taming and Lion Simulation

12:00 Lunch

13:30 Jaap van der Vegt (UT): A Variational Approach to Nonlinear Water Wave Computations

14:00 Jeroen Gerrits (VORtech): That ain't Workin'

14:30 Break

15:00 Natasha Maurits (Groningen / UMCG): Patients in Numbers, or How a Mathematician ventured out in the World Wide

15:30 Bas Buchner (MARIN): The Impact of Arthur Veldman on Wave Impact Prediction

16:00 Break

16:15 Farewell lecture Arthur Veldman: Wiskunde aan de grenzen van het toepassen (in Dutch)

17:00 Reception

Arthur Veldman
Arthur Veldman


The symposium will take place in room 5111.0022 of the Physics and Chemistry Building Nijenborgh 4, Groningen. For directions:

Participation is free of charge. Registration is urgently required before August 16, 2013. Subscribe by e-mail or by phone 050-363 3950/3973.

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